Dynamic Environmental Photosynthetic Imaging Reveals Emergent Phenotypes.

  title={Dynamic Environmental Photosynthetic Imaging Reveals Emergent Phenotypes.},
  author={Jeffrey A. Cruz and Linda J. Savage and Robert Zegarac and Christopher C Hall and Mio Satoh-Cruz and Geoffry A. Davis and William Kent Kovac and Jin Chen and David M. Kramer},
  journal={Cell systems},
  volume={2 6},
Understanding and improving the productivity and robustness of plant photosynthesis requires high-throughput phenotyping under environmental conditions that are relevant to the field. Here we demonstrate the dynamic environmental photosynthesis imager (DEPI), an experimental platform for integrated, continuous, and high-throughput measurements of photosynthetic parameters during plant growth under reproducible yet dynamic environmental conditions. Using parallel imagers obviates the need to… CONTINUE READING
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